It’s what they say, there are plenty of fish in the sea, but there’smuch more La Sardina you can catch in here! Among it’s many editions, it’s the St. Tropez that got Koronasulin biting the Lomography bait!
Name: Korona Sulin
Camera Shelf: Lomography La Sardina St. Tropez
How did you find out about the Community and who/what convinced you to join?
I found out about this Community (or we can call it LomoHomes) from one of my friends. He knew that I bought an analogue camera, then he convinced me to join.
Is there anyone in the Lomographic Society you look up to? If yes, who is him/her and why?
Yup, he is my friend who convinced me to join the Lomography Community. His account? bebopbebop. Why? Because most of the photos captured by him is amazingly great.
As you have read the 10 Golden Rules of Lomography, what rule do you apply in your everyday life?
The second Lomography rule: “Use it anytime, day and night!”
In this digital age, why still film?
Because the future is analogue!
Share your current favorite Lomograph (could be yours or a friend’s) and explain why it is your favorite.
This is one of my favorite Lomographs that depict three different sides of the face, the front one, the right, and also the left. This Lomograph was captured with multiple exposures technique, so I can take different shots in a frame.
The next one is the silhouette of Prambanan Temple; Indonesia. The silhouette is mirrored in the opposite direction. On the top of the silhouette, there’s brightness over there that came from the sun coruscate brightly.
Newbie, rookie, neophyte or whatever you call them, our new breed of the ever-growing band of Lomographers are set to conquer the analogue land with their brand new hip-shooting abilities! And this is where we feature them along with their wistful thoughts and the freshest snaps each week!